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The Oxford Handbook of Ecocriticism Ed by Greg Garrard

Contributor(s): Garrard, Greg [Editor].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New Delhi Oxford University Press 2014Description: 576p.ISBN: 9780199476183.DDC classification: 809.93355
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Preface - Cheryll Glotfelty

Part I - History
Chapter 1 - Being Green in Late Medieval English Literature - Gillian Rudd
Chapter 2 - Shadows of the Renaissance - Robert N. Watson
Chapter 3 - Romanticism and Ecocriticism - Kate Rigby
Chapter 4 - Cholera, Kipling and Tropical India - Pablo Mukherjee
Chapter 5 - Ecocriticism and Modernism - Anne Raine
Chapter 6 - Pataphysics and Postmodern Ecocriticism: A Prospectus - Adam Dickinson

Part II - Theory
Chapter 7 - Ecocriticism and the Politics of Representation - Cheryl Lousley
Chapter 8 - Phenomenology - Timothy Clark
Chapter 9 - W. E. B. Du Bois at the Grand Canyon: Nature, History, and Race in Darkwater - John Claborn
Chapter 10 - Feminist Science Studies and Ecocriticism: Aesthetics and Entanglement in the Deep Sea - Stacy Alaimo
Chapter 11 - Deconstruction and/as Ecology - Timothy Morton
Chapter 12 - Queer Life? Ecocriticism After the Fire - Catriona Sandilands
Chapter 13 - Ecocriticism, Posthumanism, and the Biological Idea of Culture - Helena Feder
Chapter 14 - Postcolonialism - Elizabeth DeLoughrey
Chapter 15 - Extinctions: Chronicles of Vanishing Fauna in the Colonial and Post-Colonial Caribbean - Lizabeth Paravisini-Gebert
Chapter 16 - Cosmovisions: Environmental Justice, Transnational American Studies, and Indigenous Literature - Joni Adamson
Chapter 17 - Biosemiotic Criticism - Timo Maran
Chapter 18 - Ferality Tales - Greg Garrard
Chapter 19 - Mediating Climate Change: Ecocriticism, Science Studies, and The Hungry Tide -Adam Trexler

Part III - Genre
Chapter 20 - Ecocritical approaches to literary form and genre: urgency, depth, provisionality, temporality - Richard Kerridge
Chapter 21 - Are You Serious? A Modest Proposal for Environmental Humor - Michael P. Branch
Chapter 22 - Is American Nature Writing Dead? - Daniel J. Philippon
Chapter 23 - Rethinking Eco-Film Studies - David Ingam
Chapter 24 - Green Banjo: The Ecoformalism of Old-Time Music - Scott Knickerbocker
Chapter 25 - Media Moralia: Reflections on Damaged Environments and Digital Life - Andrew McMurry
Chapter 26 - The Contemporary English Novel and its Challenges to Ecocriticism - Astrid Bracke
Chapter 27 - Environmental Writing for Children: A Selected Reconnaissance of Heritages, Emphases, Horizons - Lawrence Buell
Chapter 28 - "A Music Numerous as Space": Cognitive Environment and the House that Lyric Builds - Sharon Lattig
Chapter 29 - Talking About Climate Change: The Ecological Crisis and Narrative Form - Ursula Kluwick

Part IV - Conclusion
Chapter 30 - Engaging with Prakriti: A Survey of Ecocritical Praxis in India - Swarnalatha Rangarajan
Chapter 31 - Chinese Ecocriticism in the Last Ten Years - Qingqi Wei
Chapter 32 - Ecocriticism in Japan - Yuki Masami
Chapter 33 - German Ecocriticism: An Overview - Axel Goodbody
Chapter 34 - Barrier Beach - Rob Nixon

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